In March 2019, the Federal High Court of Nigeria ruled that the abduction and forcible return of the “Nera10” and other Ambazonian activists
by Nigerian government to Cameroon authorities violated Nigerian and international law. The court ordered their immediately released and
returned to Nigeria, as well the federal government of Nigeria to pay the plaintiffs tow hundred million Naira for aggravated damages..
Nigeria has not taken any steps, at least publicly to implement the court's decision.
The Cameroon regime dragged them in front of a military tribunal in trials loaded with irregularities in which the military tribunal sentence each of them to life imprisonment.